9 Things Cheer Prepared me For in Life

So today I was thinking as a tower of menus almost hit me in the face, that I wasn’t too worried about the damage the leather bound menus would do to my face as cheerleading taught me that it’s okay to catch things with your face. And this got me thinking that cheerleading even though my spell as a cheerleader was brief, it equipped me … Continue reading 9 Things Cheer Prepared me For in Life

Photography Tips #13: Prone to Target

*Little Blog Post on life and photography* Archery is not my first target sport. You could say that when I was younger I was attacked by paper, so now I shoot it in various ways, but to totally honest I don’t know why I do target sports. It all began back in the day of the skinny weird teenager me. I was introduced to rifle … Continue reading Photography Tips #13: Prone to Target

Varsity 2017

As with most other universities across the U.K. Aberystwyth engages with their rivals Bangor in annual sports-day-esque event known as Varsity. Each Uni bi-annually hosts the competition, seeing the likes of sports and societies alike to put forward their best and brightest to win the beloved silverware. This year Aberystwyth hosted the competition inviting around 50 sports clubs to the Aberystwyth area to compete over … Continue reading Varsity 2017

Archery Series #4: Worcester, Double Worcester

Being back with relatively frequent practises and competitions in archery, brings me to doing all sorts of rounds, not just the standard portsmouth we all grow to have a love/hate relationship with. This weekend gave me the opportunity to shoot one of my favourite barebow rounds, but this time with my trusty compound. The Worcester round.   Differing from a usual indoor round of 3 arrows … Continue reading Archery Series #4: Worcester, Double Worcester

The Day My Camera Died

I love being a university sports photographer. True, the work is mainly for little or no money but it does give me the opportunity to travel around as well as learn more about sports I previously had no or wrong misconceptions of. Thats university for you in general though, giving you the life experience and maturity you need to be a real adult. (cry) This … Continue reading The Day My Camera Died

Archery series #1: Back at it with the Bow

After what it seems like years of not doing archery, I am back. To kick it off with a WAA18 competition with no practise, little recollection of what I was supposed to be doing and the familiar ache of unused back muscles. Much to my surprise my muscles hadn’t forgotten completely what I was supposed to be doing and it wasn’t long until I was … Continue reading Archery series #1: Back at it with the Bow